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The project puts DIY shelters built by the unhoused in some of San Francisco's most valuable homes.
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Or even mass from the comfort of your driver's seat. No matter your lifestyle, there’s a way for you to convene with God in America.
From the 1950s to ’70s, hundreds of motels were built in The Wildwoods. Now, in the age of Airbnb, only half of them are still in operation.
NASA's HiRise camera captures white carbon dioxide frost on a scarlet wonderland.
These swirling patterns, likely caused by heat rising from the water below, look like frozen Jackson Pollock paintings.
New technology yielded a historic first as well as increasingly detailed imagery of our universe.
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Ryan Koopmans and Alice Wexell spent three days photographing the small town known for its proximity to the infamous Air Force test facility.
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The Danish company Bluetown installed a hot spot in Sagara B, with download speeds fast enough for Netflix and for local life to change.
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Sure, NASA gives away digital files for free, but the auction house is currently selling some of its original prints.
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